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Old 09-25-2012, 06:49 PM
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95 bad blow by???

so i finally get it running enough to take it for a test drive and i get oil puking out of top of my dipstick tube.truck idles like crap,have a cel on.can ccv cause any of this?pulled the hose off and found it had oil dripping out.blowin lots of blue smoke out tailpipe too.runs good at wot though.out of cash to get it checked on computer,cost 3grand just to get it to run again.i swamped it in five feet water a year ago.ive done all the work myself and am fairly competent but this is taking its toll.brain doesnt work so good anymore.lol.anymore info u need let me know.injectors passed all tests too.
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Old 09-26-2012, 12:21 PM
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you swamped it in 5 feet of water? so did the motor take in water from air filter?? hows the oil. water could have passed past piston rings and filled oil pan.
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Old 09-28-2012, 06:33 PM
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shut er down quick enough,water never made it to intake anyway.water got in while sitting though.ran 60 liters through it in 4 oil changes after i got it out.diffrent filter every time.3000.00 bucks and a year later i finally got it to run but its not right.
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Is your intercooler full of water?
if there was oil in it from the ccv, it would be on top of the water and that might be your source.
just an idea.
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5' of water.. so ur engine was under water completely? What about your idm- if water got in there you could have issues.


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no intercooler and new idm.new wires,uvc gaskets,gpr,cps,cleaned fpr,and ipr,icp clean,removed chip and every other mod except cold air intake and 4to6to8inch exhaust is all thats left.
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Crap man sorry. Not paying attention enough.

What kind of water? Muddy? Might have a vent clogged.

What did the truck run like previously? Any smoke then or rough running?
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Blue smoke- burning oil- rings are gone or injector seals but that means oil would be in ur fuel tank and you would lose all your engine oil into ur tank... I know from experience!

I was told by ford mechanic heavy blue smoke and loss of engine oil could be cracked head.. I dont think that's your issue.

Oil out the dip stick tube- how full is the oil level? There can't be that much pressure in the crank case and not have rings fried!! That takes a lot of pressure to punch oil all the way up that dip stick tube. Put the oil cap on up side down on the valve cover and see of it blows off, that will tell you If too much pressure.

That's all I got to say on the topic, ya got me.


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Sorry but I gotta ask, how did you swamp your truck????

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Fair question!
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